NEMA recently published ANSI/NEMA WC 67-2012, Standard for Uninsulated Conductors Used in Electrical and Electronic Applications," which covers single-end (solid) and stranded conductords, coated and uncoated copper conductors, coated copper alloy conductors, coated copper-clad steel conductors, aluminum conductors, and thermocouple extension conductors, These conductors are used primarily in insulated wires for aerospace, electrical, electronic, and other high performance applications.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) published ANSI/NEMA WC 67-2012, “Standard for Uninsulated Conductors Used in Electrical and Electronic Applications.” The standard covers the following uninsulated conductors:
- Single-end (solid) and stranded
- Coated and uncoated copper
- Coated copper alloy
- Coated copper-clad steel
- Aluminum conductors
- Thermocouple extension conductors
These conductors are used primarily in insulated wires for aerospace, electrical, electronic, and other high performance applications.
“WC 67-2012 provides the requirements for high-reliability conductors used in aerospace, electrical, and electronic equipment,” said Kevin Coderre, technical director, RSCC Aerospace and Defense, and NEMA 7HW aerospace technical committee chairman. “The 2012 revision will be referenced by a battery of high performance wire and cable standards. Specifically, the revision adds silver-coated copper and silver-coated copper alloy requirements to bring the document in line with the current state of practice of the industry.”
ANSI/NEMA WC 67-2012 is available in electronic or hardcopy format for $78. To purchase, visit NEMA’s website or contact IHS by phone at 800-854-7179 (within the United States) or 303-397-7956 (international), or visit global.ihs.com.